The Movement Education Program is a free curriculum designed to provide analysis, historical perspective, and exercises for activists and organizers. The program addresses the way corporatism, capitalism, white-supremacy, patriarchy and related oppressive structures impact our organizing, and it offers alternatives to consider as we work for justice.
This program was developed by Move to Amend, the coalition working to confront and dismantle corporate rule and the influence of money in politics. The program was developed as part of our commitment to our values of anti-oppression and continued learning. To learn more about us and the work we do, visit MoveToAmend.org . All of our work, including this program, is funded by small, grassroots donation. To contribute to this work, visit MoveToAmend.org/Donate.
This curriculum is designed to be used by individuals and/or groups and Move to Amend affiliates at their desired pace. There are reflections and activities built in to the course to offer structure for processing and applying the information. For groups, there are sections to lead you through the creation of two different tools: the internal democracy agreement, and a solidarity organizing plan.
*This is a self-paced course. The content will not expire, and we encourage individuals and groups to decide their timeline for completing the course.*
- Lectures 59
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 24 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Students 127
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
Welcome and Introduction
White Supremacy and Corporate Culture
Movement Perspective - Women's Suffrage
Solidarity & Anti-Oppression
Queer and Trans Liberation, Corporate Power, and Big Money
Accessibility and Inclusion
Accountability In Organizing
Pause and Reflect (Facilitated)
Building an Internal Democracy Agreement
Building a Solidarity Organizing Plan